Proud FLC gives No. 1 Regis all it can handle

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Proud FLC gives No. 1 Regis all it can handle

Try as they might, Casey Dean, Andy Hoffman and Fort Lewis College couldn’t dent Christian Nicolosi and Regis for a second goal Sunday, and the top-ranked Rangers left Dirks Field with a 2-1 victory.
Derek Freeman (21) buried the first goal of the match in the 27th minute to give Fort Lewis a 1-0 lead, but Regis rallied to protect its undefeated season with a 2-1 victory Sunday at Dirks Field.
Yannis Becker used his head – and his legs – to tally five total shots, but the Skyhawks finished the regular season 2-3-2 at home with a 2-1 loss to Regis, the top-ranked team in Division II men’s soccer.
Casey Dean and Fort Lewis got tangled up with Regis on several occassions to the tune of five total yellow cards, three for FLC.
Derek Freeman and Fort Lewis tried to contort the ball back in their favor, but the Skyhawks fell victim to a couple of defensive miscues in Sunday’s loss.
Johannes Sander stopped a long pass Sunday, but the defending national champions couldn’t quite stop Regis from completing an undefeated rocky Mountain Athletic Conference season.
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Wednesday, Oct. 31



No. 6 Fort Lewis (9-7-2, 6-6-2 RMAC) at No. 3 Metro State (11-6-1, 8-5-1 RMAC), 2:30 p.m.

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Proud FLC gives No. 1 Regis all it can handle

Try as they might, Casey Dean, Andy Hoffman and Fort Lewis College couldn’t dent Christian Nicolosi and Regis for a second goal Sunday, and the top-ranked Rangers left Dirks Field with a 2-1 victory.
Derek Freeman (21) buried the first goal of the match in the 27th minute to give Fort Lewis a 1-0 lead, but Regis rallied to protect its undefeated season with a 2-1 victory Sunday at Dirks Field.
Yannis Becker used his head – and his legs – to tally five total shots, but the Skyhawks finished the regular season 2-3-2 at home with a 2-1 loss to Regis, the top-ranked team in Division II men’s soccer.
Casey Dean and Fort Lewis got tangled up with Regis on several occassions to the tune of five total yellow cards, three for FLC.
Derek Freeman and Fort Lewis tried to contort the ball back in their favor, but the Skyhawks fell victim to a couple of defensive miscues in Sunday’s loss.
Johannes Sander stopped a long pass Sunday, but the defending national champions couldn’t quite stop Regis from completing an undefeated rocky Mountain Athletic Conference season.
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